Hazelwick pupil making film in Crawley questioning morals of creating artificial intelligence

Comments (0) A POUND Hill filmmaker is ready to shoot his next production, which will tackle the morals of developing artificial intelligence (A I) – but he needs your help to make it. Noah Twine is in pre-production for his film The Outward Movement, which he says will be “90 per cent” shot in Crawley and will feature actors from Hazelwick School, where he is a pupil, Ifield Community College and Pitchy Breath Theatre Company. The 17-year-old, from Grattons Drive, has written the script, auditioned for the main cast members and has identified locations to shoot the 25 to 30-minute film. But he is £1,000 short of his budget, as he wants the movie to showcase Crawley’s filmmaking and acting talent and doesn’t want to cut any corners. RELATED: Crawley director…


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